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Whether you're a current or future Medical Mutual member, we can help you find the right in-network provider.

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Choose a plan type to view providers that accept it.

With a Medicare Supplement insurance plan, you can visit any provider who accepts Original Medicare. Visit Medicare.gov to search a full list of Medicare providers. You can also contact your provider directly and ask if he or she accepts Medicare.

If you purchase a Supplement Plus policy in addition to Medicare Supplement insurance plan, click here to view dental, vision, and hearing providers(opens a new window).

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Provider Directory

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Download the provider directory for your county in PDF Format (OH, IN, KY)

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With an HMO plan, services are generally not covered if you use an out-of-network provider. Emergency services are covered according to your plan’s benefits (regardless of a provider’s network status).

With a PPO or POS plan, Medical Mutual covers your claims at a lower level if you use an out-of-network provider. You are responsible for paying any additional amount.

Substance Abuse: At Medical Mutual, we’re dedicated to helping our members impacted by substance abuse. Click here to learn more about various treatment program options.

Provider Networks and Cost

Simply put, you'll pay less if you visit a doctor or hospital in your health plan's network. Narrower networks often offer lower premiums but the cost of care can be higher if the providers you want to see are outside the plan's network. When shopping for a health plan, be sure to check if you'll have access to your preferred providers at lower, in-network rates.

Provider Network Quality

When you need medical care, quality matters. When it comes to including the top doctors, hospitals and specialists in your area, or simply the providers that you know and trust, not all networks are created equal. If you're looking for a new plan, consider whether the doctors and hospitals you want are included in the plan's network.